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Tammy Keith

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St. Joseph School Bazaar begins Friday

posted: 07/30/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Fun, fellowship and good food never seem to get old, even after a century.

Florida trip with hubby proves to have many highlights

posted: 07/26/2015 midnight Discuss

Tammy Keith is along the Gulf Coast on vacation. This column, chronicling some of the highlights from a previous summer vacation, was originally published on June 3, 2012. I don’t feel like it’s summer unless I’ve gone to the beach, and this was the first summer that my husband and I went alone to Destin, Florida. When I was pregnant with my firstborn 22 years ago, we went with my husband’s then-single brother. From then on, it was with our two boys. Sometimes we’d throw in a girlfriend, a friend or other family members.

Honored to help: Conway man named as director of state agency

posted: 07/19/2015 midnight Discuss

Craig Cloud of Conway said his 20 years of experience in the human-services industry prepared him to take on his new role as director of the state Division of Aging and Adult Services.

Atkins area family receives Pope County farming honor

posted: 07/19/2015 midnight Discuss

ATKINS — Being named the 2015 Pope County Farm Family of the Year was a real “shocker” for Shane Kasper.

Courtney Corwin: New Hendrix VP ‘a bundle of energy’

posted: 07/19/2015 midnight Discuss

Courtney Corwin stands just 4-feet 11 1/4 inches tall without her heels, but she packs a big punch in more ways than one.

River Valley men need kidney transplants, funds

posted: 07/19/2015 midnight Comment 1

DOVER — Kyle McKinney of Dover and Les Shockley of Danville have met only once, but they have something in common: They both need kidney transplants.

Scan brings bad news but great support

posted: 07/19/2015 midnight Discuss

Friends of mine who haven’t seen me in a while tell me they keep up with my family and me through this column. My life is pretty much an open book, you know.

Henley out as Conway Christian School CEO

posted: 07/16/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Despite a petition signed by more than 150 people in support of him, Richard Henley is no longer president and CEO of Conway Christian School.

City of Greenbrier hits ‘snag’ in property purchase

posted: 07/16/2015 midnight Discuss

GREENBRIER — Mayor Sammy Joe Hartwick said the city of Greenbrier has “run into a little snag” following the recent decision to spend $750,000 on property in town.

Thankful for good neighbors

posted: 07/12/2015 midnight Discuss

I started thinking about how lucky my husband and I are to have good neighbors. In this world of people who drive into their garages, shut the door and never talk, we have friendly neighbors who stand and talk in our yards and watch out for each other.

Bridging the gap: Friendship starts program for special-needs students

posted: 07/12/2015 midnight Discuss

Angela Traweek, vice president of pediatrics at Friendship Community Care in Russellville, said the nonprofit organization is finally able to help parents who need after-school care for their special-needs children.

Faulkner County Library selects new director

posted: 07/12/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — John McGraw of Conway said he was in graduate school at the University of New Mexico when he realized he hated leaving his job in the library to go teach, which was his career goal.

Mary Harlan: Changes, challenges propel educator through satisfying career

posted: 07/12/2015 midnight Discuss

Mary Harlan apologized for the condition of her University of Central Arkansas office before she even opened the door, but when someone retires after 38 years in a job, there’s bound to be a lot to pack.

Robertsons to speak at gala

posted: 07/09/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — The 35th annual fundraising gala for Life Choices in Conway in September will have a “way more casual” look and feel this year, Executive Director Maria Speer said.

Under the shade: Conway church helps build gazebo for shelter

posted: 07/09/2015 midnight Discuss

Ryan Webb said he isn’t a construction worker — he’s an “insurance guy” — but last week, he strapped on a tool belt and helped build a gazebo for Bethlehem House in Conway.

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